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Resources to Use - Online Library Catalog (Destiny)

Click the Destiny Quest icon to access our online library catalog!


 - Fun features - shelf browse, advanced search, and citation creator.
 - Remember to use your keywords!  Be both creative and specific.
 - The 200's and 300's are a great place to search (reference, DVDs, and non-fiction).


Book Resources from the Library

All of these books are on reserve for your class in the library - just ask at the library front desk.  Come on in and take a look today!

The Visual Arts and Christianity in America: From the Colonial Period to the Present by John Dillenberger

Call Number: 701.04 DIL

The Life of Christ: Images from the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Call Number: 704.948 LIF

The Passion of Christ by Erika Swanson Geiss

Call Number: 704.9 GEI

The Faces of Jesus by Frederick Buechner

Call Number: 704.948 BUE


Assignment Information

Download the following document for project guidelines:

Reliable Image Source

Get your images on the Britannica ImageQuest database!  

There's no need to create a citation...they do it for you!

Hint: To access Britannica Image Quest outside of school, the username and password are both the six-letter abbreviation of the school.

Remember:  You MUST cite your images!


Helpful Databases

Here are a few helpful databases to use when researching images for your paper:

The usernames and passwords for:

  • World Religions Online - Six-letter abbreviation for the school


  • Don't forget helpful features such as Advanced Search, Filters, Limit, and Sort by.


Just for fun!

How can I help?

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Helpful Sites for Creating Citations

Provides helpful guides for writing papers in MLA format and contains information for creating bibliographies in a variety of disciplines and formats.

Don't forget Noodletools!  You can start a new project to keep everything in one place.  Ask Ms. Davis how to use it and how to sign up for a new username.


Google Docs Tutorial - MLA Format

Although this isn't a perfect tutorial on formatting a Google Document in MLA format, it's pretty close!  


You can also start a new Google Document and select the MLA report template (and then just fill in the blanks)!  Just ask Ms. Davis if you have any questions - 


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